Teaching Language to a Boy Born Deaf
The Popham Notebook and Associated Texts
Edited by David Cram and Jaap Maat
David Cram is an Emeritus Fellow of Jesus College, formerly Senior Research Fellow and Lecturer in Linguistics. By background and training he is a theoretical linguist, but the bulk of his research has concerned the history of ideas about language in the seventeenth century, on topics ranging from philosophical languages to linguistic eschatology.
Jaap Maat teaches in the Department of Philosophy, University of Amsterdam. His main interests are in the history of logic and linguistics in the early modern period.
David Cram and Jaap Maat are the editors of George Dalgarno on Universal Language: The Art of Signs (1661), The Deaf and Dumb Man's Tutor (1680), The Unpublished Papers (OUP, 2001), and John Wallis, Teaching Language to a Boy Born Deaf: The Popham Notebook and Associated Texts.